With Braga Netto as vice president, does Bolsonaro score a goal or own goal?


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from the podcast O Papo É, Guilherme Fiuza and Rodrigo Constantino discuss the most important topics of the week.

First, they talk about Braga Netto’s choice as vice president on Bolsonaro’s ticket. As soon as the name was announced, opposition analysts rushed to say that the name was a political slip, that Centrão was furious with the president, etc. They debate whether there is any truth to this or whether, once again, it is all an electorally biased narrative.

Afterwards, the columnists cross the Praça dos Três Poderes and enter the Senate, where that group you know from past CPIs is pressing for the opening of the CPI of Education or CPI of the MEC (parents are still undecided about the name of the little creature).

Finally, they talk about an always thorny topic: the accusations of harassment involving the now ex-president of Caixa Econômica Federal, Pedro Guimarães. Immediately condemned by the noisiest part of public opinion, he resigned so as not to harm the government.

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